Ever wondered why it’s so hard to use you company’s mobile e-mail solution as your personal thing? Answer: it’s not meant to be used on a personal level. This seems to be the primary reason why Nokia has pushed a service they call Nokia Email into Beta Labs, encouraging us to try out and see what works (and what doesn’t).
Nokia Email is currently a free mobile e-mail solution that works with any e-mail account you throw at it (as long as it’s not Hotmail and corporate e-mail – support for those will come at a later date). However, when it comes out of beta testing phase, it will become a subscription-based service, for which you have to pay certain fees depending on which package you choose and what network you’re using it on.
Nokia e-mail only supports the following handsets at this time’s writing:
Nokia E51, E61, E61i, E65, E66, E71, N73, N80, N81, N81 8GB, and N95
Nokia seems very proud of this latest concoction of theirs, so don’t pass up the opportunity to prove them wrong (by finding bugs/errors etc. as one of the beta testers). Besides, it’s free to try, and who wouldn’t want that? Check out the link to Nokia Email below for more details.
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